dallas ebola patient
What role do state and local health agencies play in protecting the public? No. The nation’s roughly 5,000 hospitals cooperate
Officials have identified Nina Pham as the Dallas nurse who is battling Ebola after treating a patient who died of the virus.
By Lisa Maria Garza "We are working hard to find a location to care for the dog, a location where we can have the proper
The identity of the Dallas health care worker who contracted Ebola after treating a patient who later died of the virus has
Why was Thomas Eric Duncan sent home when he first sought treatment at a Dallas hospital? Duncan's death and the current Ebola outbreak point to broad and systemic racial disparities in treatment and access to care in the U.S. and abroad.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story said that Duncan's condition had been improving before his death. It had been
Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday, Oct. 8. Wilfred Smallwood, who identified himself as a brother of Ebola patient Thomas
Experimental treatments like ZMapp have not yet been proven to work in humans, but they have shown promise in animal studies
Tom Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also gave more information about the individuals
Dr. Brett Giroir joins HuffPost Live to talk about the recent Ebola scare in the United States.
“If we take actions that seem like they may work, they may be the kind of solution to a complex problem that is quick, simple
"We have tried-and-true protocols to protect the public and stop the spread of this disease," said Dr. David Lakey, the Texas